Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is near the west end of Michigan's Upper Peninsula adjacent to Lake Superior. From U.S. Highway 2 in Wakefield, Michigan take Hwy 28 north a couple of miles to Road 519 (Presque Isle Rd). Take Road 519 about 25 miles north to the State Park.
This whole area is very picturesque with many photo opportunities for visitors. We spent a week touring the general area.
The almost perfect circles eroded in the black bedrock is what really caught my eye. This cascade is on the lower end of the Presque Isle River about a mile upstream from Lake Superior. I named this cascade "Cookie Cutter Falls" because of the circles cut in the bed rock. The photo was taken from a foot bridge crossing the river. There are several named falls on the river upstream from this location.